I have a question about the recipe "Cardamom-Vanilla Caramels" from gluttonforlife. This calls for A LOT of boiling. Should we rely more on the time or the temperature? Because mine got to the recommended temp much faster than it says.
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With candy you are always going by temperature. (Your pot could be broader and shallower than hers.) Make sure the liquid is heating evenly and you are not just finding a hot spot with your thermometer.
Sorry, just seeing this now! You should rely on the temp rather than time. Hope yours turned out well - I just made mine last week! xo
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